New Dem Vitter Hooker Video: ‘Forgotten Crimes: Lawmaker, Lawbreaker’

September 3, 2010

(ChattahBox Political News)—The Democrats produced a new video to remind voters about the unsavory recent history of the “family values” lawmaker Sen. David Vitter (R-LA). Despite publicly confessing to a “serious sin” two-years ago with his wife by his side, after his phone number was discovered on the client list of the so-called DC Madam, Vitter has not suffered any political consequences. In fact, he’s running for reelection and he trounced his nearest challenger in the recent primary contest. The web video, “Forgotten Crimes: Lawmaker, Lawbreaker,” leaves no stone unturned, as it luridly depicts Vitter’s fondness for hookers.

The campaign video, asks the question, “Does Vitter live by a different set of rules?”

A former New Orleans prostitute is shown sharing intimate details about her former transactions with Sen. Vitter.

“He went in took a shower— spoke very little to me at first.”

“He did his thing. He wasn’t there 15-20 minutes at that.”

“I was $300.”

The video says “David Vitter was careful to leave no evidence behind.”

Vitter recently became embroiled in another scandal, when it came to light that he continued to employ a close aide, after the aide was arrested for holding his girlfriend against her will, stabbing and threatening to kill her. The aide, Brent Furer was assigned by Vitter to work on “women’s issues.”

Vitter’s Democratic opponent Rep. Charlie Melancon (LA) is not being shy about drawing attention to Vitter’s penchant for hookers, while running on a “family values” platform and calling for the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton.

Watch it:


Comments

One Response to “New Dem Vitter Hooker Video: ‘Forgotten Crimes: Lawmaker, Lawbreaker’”

  1. majii on September 4th, 2010 7:01 pm

    A very good video, and the best thing about it is that it’s based on facts.

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